The band's action against the tweet was ultimately successful. The video, which was shared by the White House's deputy chief of staff for communications Dan Scavino, was removed from Twitter on copyright grounds.
The original video featured clips of Trump's inauguration speech with 'In the End' playing in the background.
It also contained images of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and the Hollywood sign, with these being labelled the 'establishment' that a Trump presidency would takedown.
Fans are praising Linkin Park for taking action against the video.
Way to go Linkin Park don’t let that man use your music to spread his hate messages https://t.co/GMZdkklsbn
My favorite band of all time never disappoints https://t.co/pIiXupADKy
— Jose Martinez-Claros, Ph.D. (he/him/his)🇭🇳 (@Jose Martinez-Claros, Ph.D. (he/him/his)🇭🇳)
Removing the video is the latest of Twitter's actions taken in an attempt to regulate the material Trump and his team posts online. Twitter have begun removing copyrighted material and flagging false information shared by the president. Their decisive action has helped to uphold the legacy Chester Bennington clearly wanted to leave behind as a staunch opponent of Trump and his presidency.